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I have a question about NvClock, how do I install it? It's a tar.gz file and I'm not yet sure what options I should use to extract it. http://www.linuxhardware.org/nvclock/...
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    NvClock Install


    I have a question about NvClock, how do I install it? It's a tar.gz file and I'm not yet sure what options I should use to extract it.

    http://www.linuxhardware.org/nvclock/
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    download the file, then cd to the directory you downloaded it to. Then:
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    tar xzvf nvclock*.tar.gz
    cd nvclock0.8b
    less INSTALL
    that will extract the tarball and let you read the install instructions.
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